Leviticus 15:25 – As we read these different maladies, some may pop out like a woman with an issue of blood, because we’ve read about a woman with this issue several days ago in Matthew 9:20-22, a few days ago in Mark 5:25–34, and again in a few weeks in Luke 8:43–48. The woman was forbidden from touching Jesus (Leviticus 15:11), but she desired to touch but the hem of his garment. Interestingly, like the lepers, this woman also would be offering a sacrifice (Leviticus 15:29). Makes you wonder what the priests thought when people came to offer a sacrifice, and upon being asked why, they said “Jesus healed me.”
Leviticus 16:2 – Aaron, the high priest was limited in his access to the LORD. The Day of Atonement is the day that he could come, offering atonement for himself, his house, and all the congregation of Israel (16:17).
Leviticus 16:10 – The scapegoat, or in Hebrew, Azazel, has entered Jewish mythology.
“While there are different versions in the Book of Enoch, the Book of the Giants, and other pseudepigraphal books, the story is essentially that Azazel was the name of one of the fallen angels who sinned in Genesis chapter 6. As a curse on his sin, Azazel was forced to take the form of a goat-like demon. This myth is not supported by the Bible and is not compatible with what the Bible says about Azazel or the scapegoat. –GotQuestions
Leviticus 16:22 – The scapegoat was fulfilled in Jesus, our vicarious atonement, who taketh our sins away (John 1:29, I John 3:5). How far did Jesus take them away? Psalm 103:12.
Mark 7:21-23 – Do any of these things occur in your life? Check your heart – which spirit is controlling you?
Psalm 40:17 – It’s humbling to say you’re poor and needy. But God dwells with the humble (Isaiah 57:15).
Proverbs 10:14 – What’s a way you can lay up knowledge today?
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